Up Next at the Met's Costume Institute? Miuccia Prada and Elsa Schiaparelli

Alexander McQueen's record-breaking Savage Beauty exhibit is going to be a hard act to follow at the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute. However, we don't think these two iconic designers will disappoint. WWD has just revealed that the next Costume Institute exhibit will focus on Miuccia Prada and the late Elsa Schiaparelli. The accomplished female designers are both trailblazers and art lovers with bodies of work that are far from boring. Their originality made them two of the most influential designers in women's fashion and we can't wait to see what the Costume Institute's Harold Koda and Andrew Bolton have planned for them.
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Alexander McQueen's record-breaking Savage Beauty exhibit is going to be a hard act to follow at the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute. However, we don't think these two iconic designers will disappoint. WWD has just revealed that the next Costume Institute exhibit will focus on Miuccia Prada and the late Elsa Schiaparelli. The accomplished female designers are both trailblazers and art lovers with bodies of work that are far from boring. Their originality made them two of the most influential designers in women's fashion and we can't wait to see what the Costume Institute's Harold Koda and Andrew Bolton have planned for them.
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Alexander McQueen's record-breaking Savage Beauty exhibit is going to be a hard act to follow at the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute. However, we don't think these two iconic designers will disappoint. WWD has just revealed that the next Costume Institute exhibit will focus on Miuccia Prada and the late Elsa Schiaparelli.

The accomplished female designers are both trailblazers and art lovers with bodies of work that are far from boring. Their originality made them two of the most influential designers in women's fashion and we can't wait to see what the Costume Institute's Harold Koda and Andrew Bolton have planned for them.

No further details about the exhibit are known, other than that, as usual, it will debut next spring, meaning we'll probably be seeing lots of Prada and Miu Miu's upcoming Spring 2012 collections at next year's Met ball.

Are you excited for this?